Player Notes

  • Dan Hamhuis picks up 12 PIMs in victory
    Dan Hamhuis picked up 12 PIMs during Friday's 4-1, series-tying victory over Calgary.

    Advice: Hamhuis picked up a normal interference penalty at 15:46 of the third, the game was already out of reach by then. Hamhuis would later pick up a 10 minute game misconduct during the game's brawl with 77 seconds to go. He is not in any threat of suspension. Rotoworld.com
    Today, 12:44 am
  • Tanev scores first two career playoff points
    Chris Tanev scored his first two career playoff points, both assists, one on the power play, during Friday's 4-1 win over Calgary to tie the series at one.

    Advice: Tanev was all over the score sheet, registering a hit, a block, a takeaway and two shots over 24:26 of work. He's quickly becoming Vancouver's most well-rounded and most-reliable defender, so pick him up if you can. Rotoworld.com
    Today, 12:28 am
  • Deryk Engelland collects 42 PIMs in one brawl
    Calgary's 4-1 series tying defeat by Vancouver ending with quite the bang, which was headlined by Deryk Engelland's 42 PIMs with just 77 seconds to go in the game.

    Advice: Engelland, who recorded three hits and four blocks across 20:19 of work, unleashed his fury on everyone he could get his hands on. Let's go through it together: two counts of fights with Derek Dorsett, and three separate game misconduct penalties on top of an instigator minor brings us to a whopping 42 PIMs. There's word that Engelland could face a suspension for his surplus of misconducts, but Kris Russell is reportedly getting away with his Dustin Byfuglien-style cross-check, so Engelland might get off with a stern Vince McMahon-like warning instead. Stay tuned! Rotoworld.com
    Today, 12:22 am
  • Dennis Wideman collects 12 PIMs in 4-1 loss
    Dennis Wideman collected 12 PIMs in Friday's 4-1 loss to Vancouver, tying the series at one.

    Advice: Wideman also contributed two shots and three blocks over 24:24 of work, including nearly four minutes on special teams. Wideman started his night off with a puck over the glass minor early on in the first, and would later fight collect a simultaneous 10 minute misconduct with Yannick Weber with less than five minutes to go. Rotoworld.com
    Today, 12:14 am
  • Kris Russell now leads the Flames in scoring
    Kris Russell scored his second goal in as many games, and now leads the team in scoring. However Calgary would go on to lose Game Two 4-1 to Vancouver, tying the season at one.

    Advice: Jiri Hudler? Zero points. Johnny Gaudreau, Sean Monahan, Dennis Wideman? One point each. Russell is the only Flame with multiple points, let alone multiple goals. As brilliant as he was across 26:51 of ice time with two blocks in Game Two, this will not prove to be a recipe for sustained success for Calgary. Probably. Rotoworld.com
    Today, 12:09 am

NHL Roster Changes

Date
Player
Change
Apr 17
Not Active
Deactivated
Apr 17
Injured Reserve
Deactivated
Apr 17
Injured Reserve
Deactivated
Apr 17
Injured Reserve
Deactivated
Apr 17
Activated
Apr 17
Injured Reserve
Deactivated
Apr 16
Not Active
Deactivated
Apr 16
Activated
Apr 16
Activated
Apr 15
Not Active
Deactivated

Injury Reports

PlayerInjuryStatusEffective
Pierre-Alexandr Parenteau (Mon - RW)Upper-body injuryDTDApr 17, 2015
Mike Fisher (Nsh - C)Lower-body injuryDTDApr 16, 2015
Matt Cooke (Min - LW,RW)Undisclosed injuryDTDApr 16, 2015
Braden Holtby (Was - G)IllnessDTDApr 16, 2015
Nate Thompson (Anh - C)Upper-body injuryDTDApr 16, 2015
Darcy Kuemper (Min - G)IllnessDTDApr 15, 2015
John Gibson (Anh - G)HandDTDApr 11, 2015
Jonathan Drouin (TB - LW,RW)IllnessDTDApr 11, 2015
Travis Hamonic (NYI - D)Undisclosed injuryDTDApr 10, 2015
Mathieu Perreault (Wpg - C,LW)Lower-body injuryDTDApr 9, 2015
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